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June 01, 2015, 03:16:36 PM
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
NEED I SAY MORE WHUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
hashnest and zeushash and bitcoincloudservices are so much more better.....
Like i told everybody scrypt.cc is a scam !!
Like admin has 1000s of bitcoins why would he just rob you ???hahahaha.....
yes he has 1000s of btc however he can not afford a good hosting and design.....
ya,ll just wait !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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June 01, 2015, 03:17:36 PM
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For those of you not so ideologically committed to scrypt.cc and can't listen to reason, this is how the scam works:

The average person comes across scrypt.cc and sees they mine "the most profitable scrypt coins" and they think, well, with one coin like Bitcoin, difficulty increases and you make less over time.  By switching coins, you'll be way more profitable!

So here is an example of a very profitable scrypt coin:

BBQ Coin: 60,480 coins produced a day; nethash=610 mhs; 610,000 khs nets 30,240 coins per day valued at .1273104 BTC; paying .00001000 per Khs gives a 47 day ROI WITHOUT ELECTRICITY costs.  With electricity, ROI is closer to 80 or 85 days.  

Sounds decent, right?  

But these smaller coins don't produce that much btc value a day.  So let's say we really like BBQ coin and commit a further 610,000 Khs.  Now we have 1.2 million Khs out of a total nethash of 1.8 million Khs.  We have 66.66% of the network hashpower and we'll get roughly 66% of the rewards.  So we get .16972615 btc a day.  But our total investment is 1.2 million Khs x .00001000 per Khs = 12 btc.  Now our ROI is 70 days without electricity instead of 47.  That's diminishing returns. For a small coin with a small network hashrate, the more hashpower you commit, the less total btc value it produces per unit of hashpower.

Now, this is not the "scam" part.  The scam comes in with scrypt.cc paying out in excess of 50 Bitcoins per day with ROIs ranging from 2-4 months.  The historical data on scrypt coins is available.  Anyone that's willing to do the research can see for themselves that a 2 month ROI between Feb and Apr of this year at scrypt.cc was impossible.  Even using the cost per Khs of scrypt.cc's fake hashpower, it could not be done.  There are not enough small profitable coins that could produce that much btc that fast without diminishing returns setting in.  A large scale scrypt mining operation is forced to commit a large amount of its hashpower to litecoin.  Go ahead and take a look at how profitable litecoin has been this year and then ask yourself if a 2 month ROI was really ever possible or even if the current scrypt.cc ROI is possible.


scrypt.cc do NOT offer ROI. Study more, or focus on some really scam site.
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June 01, 2015, 03:18:10 PM
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For those of you not so ideologically committed to scrypt.cc and can't listen to reason, this is how the scam works:

The average person comes across scrypt.cc and sees they mine "the most profitable scrypt coins" and they think, well, with one coin like Bitcoin, difficulty increases and you make less over time.  By switching coins, you'll be way more profitable!

So here is an example of a very profitable scrypt coin:

BBQ Coin: 60,480 coins produced a day; nethash=610 mhs; 610,000 khs nets 30,240 coins per day valued at .1273104 BTC; paying .00001000 per Khs gives a 47 day ROI WITHOUT ELECTRICITY costs.  With electricity, ROI is closer to 80 or 85 days.  

Sounds decent, right?  

But these smaller coins don't produce that much btc value a day.  So let's say we really like BBQ coin and commit a further 610,000 Khs.  Now we have 1.2 million Khs out of a total nethash of 1.8 million Khs.  We have 66.66% of the network hashpower and we'll get roughly 66% of the rewards.  So we get .16972615 btc a day.  But our total investment is 1.2 million Khs x .00001000 per Khs = 12 btc.  Now our ROI is 70 days without electricity instead of 47.  That's diminishing returns. For a small coin with a small network hashrate, the more hashpower you commit, the less total btc value it produces per unit of hashpower.

Now, this is not the "scam" part.  The scam comes in with scrypt.cc paying out in excess of 50 Bitcoins per day with ROIs ranging from 2-4 months.  The historical data on scrypt coins is available.  Anyone that's willing to do the research can see for themselves that a 2 month ROI between Feb and Apr of this year at scrypt.cc was impossible.  Even using the cost per Khs of scrypt.cc's fake hashpower, it could not be done.  There are not enough small profitable coins that could produce that much btc that fast without diminishing returns setting in.  A large scale scrypt mining operation is forced to commit a large amount of its hashpower to litecoin.  Go ahead and take a look at how profitable litecoin has been this year and then ask yourself if a 2 month ROI was really ever possible or even if the current scrypt.cc ROI is possible.

Brilliant! I hope now people will understand what is going on..
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June 01, 2015, 03:27:40 PM
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Wow, the skeptics are still yapping that this site is a scam, so what if it is a scam? For all the scam sites I had been through, this is nothing. I only invested $2 of actual money to bitcoins on coinbase thanks to the low USD to BTC exchange rate, which is BTC0.01, and that was enough to get me a decent speed. So if this is a scam, I only lost 2 lousy dollars, lol.

I see admin went back to the old DC, and people are buying like crazy again. Man he need to get a better server that can withstand all these server loads.

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June 01, 2015, 03:35:02 PM
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trading is still not working for me.

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June 01, 2015, 03:41:33 PM
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For those of you not so ideologically committed to scrypt.cc and can't listen to reason, this is how the scam works:

The average person comes across scrypt.cc and sees they mine "the most profitable scrypt coins" and they think, well, with one coin like Bitcoin, difficulty increases and you make less over time.  By switching coins, you'll be way more profitable!

So here is an example of a very profitable scrypt coin:

BBQ Coin: 60,480 coins produced a day; nethash=610 mhs; 610,000 khs nets 30,240 coins per day valued at .1273104 BTC; paying .00001000 per Khs gives a 47 day ROI WITHOUT ELECTRICITY costs.  With electricity, ROI is closer to 80 or 85 days.  

Sounds decent, right?  

But these smaller coins don't produce that much btc value a day.  So let's say we really like BBQ coin and commit a further 610,000 Khs.  Now we have 1.2 million Khs out of a total nethash of 1.8 million Khs.  We have 66.66% of the network hashpower and we'll get roughly 66% of the rewards.  So we get .16972615 btc a day.  But our total investment is 1.2 million Khs x .00001000 per Khs = 12 btc.  Now our ROI is 70 days without electricity instead of 47.  That's diminishing returns. For a small coin with a small network hashrate, the more hashpower you commit, the less total btc value it produces per unit of hashpower.

Now, this is not the "scam" part.  The scam comes in with scrypt.cc paying out in excess of 50 Bitcoins per day with ROIs ranging from 2-4 months.  The historical data on scrypt coins is available.  Anyone that's willing to do the research can see for themselves that a 2 month ROI between Feb and Apr of this year at scrypt.cc was impossible.  Even using the cost per Khs of scrypt.cc's fake hashpower, it could not be done.  There are not enough small profitable coins that could produce that much btc that fast without diminishing returns setting in.  A large scale scrypt mining operation is forced to commit a large amount of its hashpower to litecoin.  Go ahead and take a look at how profitable litecoin has been this year and then ask yourself if a 2 month ROI was really ever possible or even if the current scrypt.cc ROI is possible.

You have a major loop hole in your argument, you only considered LTC and BQC, you didn't consider Dogecoin and all the other coins in the world of scrypt. You do know that the "most profitable" scrypt coin to BTC constantly changes right? One moment is LTC, and the next moment is Doge, and the next moment after that might be some other coins.

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June 01, 2015, 03:48:35 PM
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scam or not, when you double up your money it feels good, withdraw your investment and gamble on with your profit!

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June 01, 2015, 04:06:23 PM
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helo i already withdrew , now it been 24 hours still not get the btc..
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June 01, 2015, 04:07:20 PM
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helo i already withdrew , now it been 24 hours still not get the btc..
Did you confirm both emails?
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June 01, 2015, 04:13:19 PM
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i used only 1 email bru
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June 01, 2015, 04:14:59 PM
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someone know what happened to the site? have hours to try log in and in the trade sectionhave this error: ERROR 524 : A Timeout Occurred, what is happening in the page and with all hours ago ?

Greetings
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June 01, 2015, 04:17:10 PM
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someone know what happened to the site? have hours to try log in and in the trade sectionhave this error: ERROR 524 : A Timeout Occurred, what is happening in the page and with all hours ago ?

Greetings
It seems, that it is under maintenance. The over 200 sites earnings logs were cleared today. The chat is offline. Maybe he want to prevent something. No one knows.
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June 01, 2015, 04:19:45 PM
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helo i already withdrew , now it been 24 hours still not get the btc..
Did you confirm both emails?

is this site legit bru ?
i used only 1 email .
and already submitted the ticket still no answer . their support...
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June 01, 2015, 04:21:35 PM
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someone know what happened to the site? have hours to try log in and in the trade sectionhave this error: ERROR 524 : A Timeout Occurred, what is happening in the page and with all hours ago ?

Greetings
It seems, that it is under maintenance. The over 200 sites earnings logs were cleared today. The chat is offline. Maybe he want to prevent something. No one knows.

Thanks Smiley in all time i have in Scrypt.cc i never see a lot of time ( HOURS ) that error 524, i see it before butfor a minutes or 1 hour , not a lot of time like i see now Sad the page back ?why if admin do something to server , maintence , etc why he dont write here about site update, some news, something:( only i can do is wait .... Tongue

Greetings!
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June 01, 2015, 04:25:00 PM
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@masterfu: incidentally, I covered dogecoin in another post because it's one of the highest Bitcoin-producing scrypt coins at over 8 btc a day.  Funny thing is, people made the same comments then like, "dogecoin is just one coin."  I've analyzed over 100 scrypt coins.  When I make a post, I choose a few coins that are repreentative of the larger point.

You're not supposed to make up your mind based on a single post.  The idea is for people to do their own analysis.  Start looking at scrypt coins and you'll see the same thing over and over again.  They aren't priced that high and thus don't produce that much Bitcoin value.

The larger point that you might be missing is that regardless of its profitability, large-scale scrypt mining operations are forced to mine litecoin.  The entire litecoin network produces a little over 218 btc worth of coins a day.  If you are mining scrypt with large amounts of hashpower and paying 50 or 100 btc out per day, there is almost nowhere else to generate that amount of Bitcoin without mining litecoin.

I looked at fastcoin, dogecoin, dogecoin dark, litecoin, 42 coin, einsteinium, spots, lycancoin, globalcoin, sexcoin, franko, tagcoin, megacoin, and others just this morning in preparation for the last post.  

Between Feb and Apr, scrypt.cc rewards provided an investor with a two month ROI and was paying out over 30 btc a day just to the top 20 account holders!  khs price in early Feb was between 1200-1400.  The returns given cannot be justified using any of the historical data we have on all scrypt coins.  Don't take my word for it.  All the data I'm using is available to anyone with an Internet connection.
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June 01, 2015, 04:35:27 PM
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@chunker: every cloud miner has an ROI based on the cost of the hashpower and the amount of the rewards.  So if you don't like saying they "offer" ROI or whatever, it's just semantics.  The point is that historically, during given time periods, an investment in scrypt.cc yielded a total return on one's investment in a given time frame and looking forward you can calculate projected ROI based on current reward amount and the price you paid for your hashpower.

This is obvious stuff we all know and anybody can see that's what I meant when saying a certain ROI is "offered."
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June 01, 2015, 04:39:51 PM
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I will be looong day for every investor in scrypt.cc - better prepare popcorn guys..
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June 01, 2015, 04:44:51 PM
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I will be looong day for every investor in scrypt.cc - better prepare popcorn guys..
At my local time day is nearly over. I have to see what is going on tomorrow.
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June 01, 2015, 04:55:40 PM
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I lost server connection but I was able to confirm 3 big mining rewards before server went kaput.

Anyone else can confirm as well? Also, can someone link scrypt.cc's blockchain.info btc address? I know it's buried somewhere in this huge thread but I couldn't find it after 20 minutes.

I can confirm that there has been some reward paid out and trading possible again but before server got overloaded I saw that the price had dropped to 1000

Great, thanks. Server is still so slow.
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@anthony27boo:
Can you provide some links to the data?
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